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President Obama: POTUS Turns 54 – Happy Birthday!



Happy birthday, President Obama! The leader of the United States of America — and Michelle Obama’s husband — turns 54 today, August 4. Let’s help him celebrate an incredible year!

President Barack Obama has had a historic year, and as he moves into his last year of the presidency, things don’t look like they’re slowing down at all! We bet being president means you get to celebrate your 54th birthday in style — and that President Obama is going to have the best time with Michelle, Sasha, Malia — and Joe Biden!  — on August 4!

Even if you don’t agree with his politics, you have to admit that President Obama is having the best year of his presidency thus far! He’s had win after win when it comes to policy and just being an awesome guy, and that definitely makes celebrating his big day that much sweeter.

Have you ever heard of a president cool enough to be interviewed on YouTube? Obama did just that in January 2015, when he sat down with three YouTube stars to let the people of the Internet hear everything they wanted to know. He probably didn’t expect to be interviewed by a spunky girl with bright green lipstick, but that’s what happens in politics, right?

While President Obama himself did not grant the ruling to legalize same-sex marriage throughout the United States, the impact of the decision will be remembered in his presidency — especially through his vigorous support of its legalization! He made a beautiful speech, stating that America was now truly the “Land of the Free.” Tears.

It wasn’t the only time that he made us cry this past year. During the funeral for slain Rev. Clementa Pinckney, who was murdered in June 2015 during the massacre at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, President Obama moved the nation with a phenomenal speech — and gorgeous rendition of “Amazing Grace.” It was vulnerable moment to behold, especially for a politician of his stature. What a beautiful thing to see.

In another step forward for his presidential legacy, Obama announced in July 2015 that he would be commuting the prison sentences of 46 non-violent drug offenders. He felt their punishments didn’t fit their crimes; it’s a move that will forever change our criminal justice system.


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Desiree Ellis Names Banyana Banyana Squad For FIFA Women’s World Cup In France



Banyana Banyana head coach Desiree Ellis has named her 23-woman squad for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France.
Perhaps the biggest surprise omission was that of veteran midfielder Nompumelelo Nyandeni who was been part of the national team set-up for 17 years, racking up 149 appearances.
Ellis’ troops, that comprises of the bulk that won the 2018 Women’s COSAFA Championship in South Africa and finished second at the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in Ghana, will be making their debut at the global showpiece which will take place from 7 June – 7 July.
Full Squad:
Goalkeepers: Kaylin Swart, Amanda Dlamini, Mpuru Mapaseka
Defenders: Lebohang Ramalepe, Nothando Vilakazi, Noko Matlou, Janine Van Wyk
Midfielders: Bambanani Mbane, Bongeka Gamede, Tiisetso Makhubela, Refiloe Jane, Mamello Makhabane, Karabo Dhlamini, Leandra Smeda, Kholosa Biyana, Busisiwe Ndimeni
Attackers: Linda Motlhalo, Sibulele Holweni, Jermaine Seoposenwe, Rhoda Mulaudzi, Amanda Mthandi, Ode Fulutulidu, Thembi Kgatlana
South Africa have been drawn alongside Germany, Spain and China in Group B, and will open their World Cup campaign with a tough encounter against the Spaniards on Saturday, 8 June.

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Manchester City Complete Historic English Treble



Manchester City completed a rare treble after hammering Watford 6-0 in the final to clinch the Emirates FA Cup at Wembley Stadium on Saturday evening.
The Citizens became the first English side to clean sweep by claiming all the titles. Manchester United are the only other English side to have won the treble, though their wins came in the form of the UEFA Champions League crown, EPL title and the FA Cup during the 1998/99 campaign.
City were crowned English Premier League champions for the second successive season a week ago after seeing off Brighton and Hove Albion 4-1 in their final match of the season, and also won the Carabao Cup earlier this season after beating Chelsea 4-3 in a penalty shootout.
Pep Guardiola’s charges were made to work hard for their league title, finishing just one point ahead of second-placed Liverpool, on 98 points.
The FA Cup win was also a bitter-sweet moment for inspirational captain Vincent Kompany who announced shortly that he would be leaving the blue Manchester side after 11 years to return to his native Belgium where he will take up a role of player-manager at former club Anderlecht.

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Juventus SACK Massimiliano Allegri!



Italian champions Juventus have sacked head coach Massimiliano Allegri shortly after he guided them to their eighth consecutive league title.
Allegri failed to progress the Old Lady past the quarterfinal stages of the UEFA Champions League after they were surprisingly eliminated by a youthful Ajax Amsterdam side who progressed with an impressive 3-1 aggregate scoreline.
The 51-year-old Italian has won the league title in each of his five seasons since taking charge in 2014.
Juventus have two league games remaining this season, starting with Atalanta at home on Sunday, with Allegri’s final game at Sampdoria on 26 May.

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